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     Date Submitted:07-11-2012
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     Current job:Scientific Researcher
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
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     KeywordsCelestial mechanics, astrometry, ephemerides astronomy, numerical theories of motion Comets and asteroids: data analysis methods, statistical methods, fitting of observations, ephemerides of small bodies of Solar System, encounter and impact curcumstan
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    SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

    §         Ability to crop, outline and process in real time social, industrial and political problems: over 5 years analytical research in communication field

    §         Ability to create ideas, predict their consequences, analyze results and describe them clearly in written form:  over 20 year 20 experience in modern science (mathematic, statistic and astronomy) .

    §         Strong writing skills, pre-press, editorial and publishing experience: over 30 scientific articles in journals and over 120 analytical articles on website (www.baltson.ru)

    §         Ability to work as a member of a team and a good results in independent research

    §         Exellent programming skills (Fortran, Pascal, Delphy, HTML, Grapher, TeX, MS Office, Photoshop, CorelDraw et etc)

    §         Ability to create, research, gather, crop, foresee, calculate, outline, process, evaluate, convert, analyze, visualize and market any kind of sophisticated data and/or products of any kind in a multitasking regime in any kind of environment.

    §         Ability communicate in two languages (Russian (native), English)

    §         Strong motivation to grow better.

     

    EDUCATION

    Ph.D in Mathematics and Physics,                June 2005

    Institute of Applied Astronomy of Russian Academy of Science, Sankt-Petersburg, Russia

    Title of PhD Thesis: «Dynamics of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9»

    Advisor: PhD in Math/Phys, Professor Dr. Yu.Medvedev

     

    Master in Mathematics and Astronomy,             June 1991

    Leningrad(Sankt-Petersburg) State University, Department of Mathematics and Mechanics

    Title of Master Thesis: «Improvement of orbital elements of small bodies in orbital coordinate system»

     

    HONORS/ AWARDS/ FELLOWSHIPS/ GRANTS

    §         Annual Grants of Russian Foundation for Basic Research of Russian Academy of Science (RFBR)  in celestial mechanics;

    §         RFBR Grant №01-02-17078 in Comet Dynamics, 2001-2002;

    §         Personal Grant of Goverment of Sankt-Petersburg for research «Dynamics of Comets having a close encounter with Jupiter», 2003

    §         Award under the name of Copernicus, for the project "Collision of comet nuclei with particles of meteor showers and their possible relation to outbreaks brightness of comets ", 1996 (local award of Institute of Theoretical Astronomy for young researchers, Sankt-Petersburg)

     

     RESEARCH INTERESTS

    Celestial mechanics, astrometry, ephemerides astronomy, numerical theories of motion

    Comets and asteroids: data analysis methods, statistical methods, fitting of observations, ephemerides of small bodies of Solar System, encounter and impact curcumstances of comets and main planets, disintegrated comets, nongravitational effects on small bodies motion.

    Satellites of main planets: high-precision ephemerides, data analysis methods, Mars satellites, Phobos, Deimos, spacecraft and earth-based astrometrical observations, tidal acceleration

     

    PROGRAMMING SKILLS:

    §         Programming languages: Fortran, Pascal, SLON, HTML

    §         Text editor: TeX, MS Office, OpenOffice

    §         Graphic editor: Grapher, Serpher, Photoshop, CorelDraw

    §         ERA programming package created in IAA RAS

     

    RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

    Scientific researcher,  2008- 11.2012

    Institute of Applied Astronomy of

    RussianAcademyof Science,

    Laboratory of Ephemeries Astronomy

    St-Petersburg, Russia

    DUTIES:

    §         creation of the observational database of Mars's satellites – Phobos and Deimos

    §         processing of astronomic observations of satellites

    §         research of the main methods of construction of the numerical theory of a celestial body movement

    §         study of main perturbation in the motion of a large planet's satellite, creation of an algorithm for construction of a theory of Mars's satellites movement

    §         creation of a number of programs in Pascal and SLON languages for construction of a high-precision numerical theory of satellites' motion

    TECHNICAL SKILLS:

    §         programming in Pascal and SLON languages

    §         working in a programming complex ERA («Ephemerides Reseach in Astronomy») created by IAA RAS for solving problems of modern ephemerides astronomy

    §         writing and designing the papers which provide the results with the use of MS Office, TeX, Grapher, Photoshop etc. programming packages

    §         preparing presentations for participation in various scientific conferences

    §         working with the data of professional astronomical websites (http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/?horizons,http://vizier.cfa.harvard.edu/viz-bin/VizieR, etc.)

    RESULTS:

    §         A database for the observation of both satellites which contains more than 20 000 observations was created

    §         Based on observations fitted by the least squares method (LSM) the orbits of satellites were elaborated

    §         The high-precision theory of Mars's satellites – Phobos and Deimos - was constructed

    §         The elongations of Mars satellites are now available on the IAA website (http://www.ipa.nw.ru).

     

     

    Scientific researcher,     1998-2008

    Institute of Applied Astronomy of

    RussianAcademyof Science,

    Laboratory of Sollar System Small Bodies

    St-Petersburg, Russia

    DUTIES:

    §         Study of deviations in motion of comets which approach the large planets

    §         Study of non-gravitational effects in comet motion

    §         Preparation of algorithms for construction of numerical theories of comet motion based on astronomical observations

    §         Creation of programming package in Fortran language for calculation ephemerides of comet

    §         Study of Apophys asteroid; calculation of the possible orbit based on the Monte-Carlo method

    TECHNICAL SKILLS:

    §         programmingin Fortran language

    §         writing and describing articles containing the results using programming packages MS Office, TeX, Grapher, Photoshop etc

    §         working with data of professional astronomical websites (http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/?horizons, www.minorplanetcenter.net/, etc.)

    RESULTS:

    §         In co-operation with Slovac Akademy of Science an electronic version of «Short-peridoic comet catalogue» (http://astro.savba.sk/cat/) was prepared.

    §         The size and rotation period of the Shoemaker-Levy 9 (SL9) Comet nucleus were determined.

    §         The SL9 comet motion theory was created by using the Monte-Carlo method

    §         A new method of counting the non-gravitational acceleration in the comet motion near Jupiter was suggested

    §         The initial estimates of the the probability of a collision of asteroid Apophis with Earth were  obtained. This asteroid is the most threatening object to Earth (Project «Comet and Asteroids Hazard») .

     

     

    Senior researcher,    1991-1998

    Institute of Theoretical Astronomy of

    RussianAcademyof Science,

    Laboratory of Comet and Satellite Dynamics

    St-Petersburg, Russia

    DUTIES:

    §         Research and development of the theories of motion of meteor streams;

    §         Investigation of dynamics of comets characterized bychangesof the observational brightness.

    RESULTS:

    §         New programming complex for calculation of the orbits of meteor streams was created

    §         A new method of prediction of suddenchanging of brightness of comets was suggested

     

     

    ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE

     

                 Senior analyst,          06.2009 – 11.2012

                     Analyst,         07.2007 – 05.2009

    Analytic Group “BWE”

    Sankt-Petersburg, Russia

    DUTIES:

    §         collection and analysis of financial information and full news;

    §         evaluation of the results of a company’s activity; reports on the company or sector of economy;

    §         evaluation of the efficiency of management and recommendations;

    §         research of the markets; drawing up social and economic reviews at the local, regional and global levels; analysis of behavior of customers;

    §         identification, comparison and processing of information concerning different problems;

    §         development of databases

    SKILLS:

    §         analytic enterprise in the unpredictable, multitasking environment

    RESULTS:

    §         adaptation of social diagrams for use in a personal-business graphic presentation;

    §         application of research methods in processing of data flows: quantitative analysis of social and political events

    CORE COMPETENCE:

    §         ability to find, get, process, evaluate, deconstruct, analyze and organize data flows and data sets of the highest complexity and unpredictability

     

     

                     PUBLICATIONS

     

    The list of publications consist of nearly 30 articles in scientific journals and Proceedings of Conferences. The main of them are:

     

    Articles:

    §         Yu.Medvedev, M.Zamarashkina. Estimation of the Nucleus Size of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 under the Assumption of Its Step-by-Step Disintegration // Solar System Research, 2004, v. 38,   Issue 3, pp. 219-227.

    §         M.Zamarashkina. Probable pre-breakup  orbital evolution of the Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 // IAA Transactions. 2004, V.11, pp.124-135.

     

    Proceedings of Conferences

    §         Yu.Medvedev, M.Zamarashkina, E.Kozlov, V.Kuznetsov. New release of «Catalogue of Short-Period Comets» // Proceeding of Int.Conf. «Observing the Natural and artificial bodies in the Solar System». 1996, St-Petersburg, ITA RAS, pp.110-114.

    §         Yu.Medvedev, M.Zamarashkina. Dynamics of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 // Proceedings of the «Asteroids, Comets, Meteors» (ACM 2002). 2002,Germany, Berlin, pp.457-460.

    §         M.Zamarashkina, O.Ogneva. Nongravitational effects on cometary motion due to Jupiter// «Earth defense from from asteroids and comets nuclei impact». 2010, ed. A.Finkelstein, W.Huebner, V.Shor. – Sankt-Petersburg: Nauka, pp.134-138.

    §         A.Poroshina, M.Zamarashkina, G.Kosmodamianskiy. Construction of numerical motion theories for main satellites of Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus in IAA RAS // European Week of Astronomy and Space Science (JENAM-2011) 2011, SPb, Russia.

     

    Book Chapters:

    §         M.Zamarashkina. Improving the orbital parameters of Phobos and Deimos by using the Universal Programming Complex ERA // «Earth defense from from asteroids and comets nuclei impact». 2010, ed. A.Finkelstein, W.Huebner, V.Shor. – Sankt-Petersburg: Nauka, pp.75-78.

    §         M.Zamarashkina, O.Ogneva. Nongravitational effects on cometary motion due to Jupiter // «Earth defense from from asteroids and comets nuclei impact». 2010, ed. A.Finkelstein, W.Huebner, V.Shor. – Sankt-Petersburg: Nauka, pp.134-138.

     

     

                     PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

     

    Oral and poster presentation in Conferences

    §         «Programs for observation of high-orbiting satellites of celestial bodies in the solar system». 1992, St-Petersburg, ITA RAS

    §         «Observing the Natural and artificial bodies in the solar system».1996,St-Petersburg,ITA RAS.

    §         «All-Russian Astronomical Conference – 2001». 2001, St.-Petersb. State Univers

    §         «Asteroids, Comets, Meteors» (ACM 2002). 2002,Germany, Berlin

    §         «Near-Earth Astronomy - 2003». 2003, Russia, Terscol.

    §         «All-Russian Astronomical Conference – 2004». 2004. Moscow, Russia.

    §         «Asteroid-Comet Hazard – 2005». 2005, St.-Petersburg.

    §         «Asteroid-Comet Hazard – 2009». 2009, St.-Petersburg, Russia

    §         European Week of Astronomy and Space Science (JENAM-2011) 2011, SPb, Russia.

    §         International Astronomical Congress "Astrokazan-2011". 2011, Kazan, Russia.

     

    Participation in Workshops:

    §         Workshop in Slovakia in connection with the preparation of the new New release of «Catalogue of Short-Period Comets». 1992

    §         Conference on Physics and Astronomy for young scientists in St. Petersburg and North-West Region of Russia. 2011, St.-Petersburg, Inst. of Phys. and Tech.

    §         Europlanet JRA1-NA1 Workshop «Planetary Geodesy and Ephemerides». 2011, MIIGAiK, Moscow.

     

     

    PROFESSIONAL ASSOTIATIONS

    Member of European Astronomical Society

     

     

    LANGUAGES

    Russian (native)

    English


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